A picture is worth a thousand words

To users of Debian and friends who know me, I just leave you a message: Rest assured, this may all be temporary, don't panic. U_U

However, as they say out there: "A picture is worth a thousand words" so I leave my desktop and current distribution .. 😀

Distribution: ArchLinux.
Desk: Xfce.
Gtk theme: Zukitwo.
Xfwm theme: eGTK.
Icons: Faenza-KDE.
Background: Ni idea.
Dock: Wbar.

The content of the article adheres to our principles of editorial ethics. To report an error click here!.

40 comments, leave yours

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked with *



  1. Responsible for the data: Miguel Ángel Gatón
  2. Purpose of the data: Control SPAM, comment management.
  3. Legitimation: Your consent
  4. Communication of the data: The data will not be communicated to third parties except by legal obligation.
  5. Data storage: Database hosted by Occentus Networks (EU)
  6. Rights: At any time you can limit, recover and delete your information.

  1.   Courage said

    That's the way I like it, with real distros, no bullshit for fools HAHAHAHA

    1.    elav <° Linux said

      It already fucks you !!! All very nice, but I'm limited because I can't use the AURs ..

      1.    Eduar2 said

        Cast? Do they also have Cuba blocked or something like that?

        1.    elav <° Linux said

          It is not Cuba, it is our ISP.

    2.    Eduar2 said

      Arch is my favorite distro, but Courage always with the troll mode on Debian is a very good distro.

    3.    Thunder said

      I use Kubuntu and I don't consider myself stupid for it ¬¬

      1.    elav <° Linux said

        And no one has said you are. The fact that a user uses Ubuntu or some distribution intended for "newbies" does not mean that they make it that way. =)

      2.    KZKG ^ Gaara <"Linux said

        Until a few months ago I used Kubuntu, and ... whoever considered me a fool gave him a smack HAHA

        1.    Courage said

          Come on, you were a Kubuntoso, and do the favor of reviewing the things that have taken me an hour instead of sending blowjobs by mail HAHA

          1.    KZKG ^ Gaara <"Linux said

            If you knew how slow the connection is here ... it took me about 20 mins just to open the "Posts" page of WP-Admin, nor do I tell you how long it took me to open your article.

            It's already published… thanks 😀
            Oh, and I didn't check it ... so if you have any errors, hehehe ... they will eat you alive HAHAHAHA

          2.    Courage said

            The only mistake there is is a period and a capital letter together, there is no Hoyganism or anything hahaha

  2.   invisible15 said

    I loved the icons, now I use them in my kde!
    This is a serious distro, nothing to do with Fedora, which is "pretty simple."

  3.   Oscar said

    Very nice, I think you should remove the box from Home and Warehouse and it would look better, that's my modest opinion.

  4.   karlinux said

    Be careful that once you try it, you don't want anything else, I tell you because I was trying distros every two by three and I have not tasted anything else for more than 5 months

    1.    elav <° Linux said

      Well man if I like it and I stay, what can I do? Then I would have two favorite distributions: Debian and Arch .. 😀

    2.    Eduar2 said

      We are the same, after you try Arch Linux and its philosophy of the little kiss (not to mention pacman) is addictive.

      Oh and in the Arch Linux forum, although there are people who know a lot, you will not find offensive answers, the most they can give you is read the wiki before asking, attached to the link to the wiki that deals with what you are looking for or failing that, a link to a topic that addresses the question.

  5.   Andres Silva said

    Oh! great… I've always wanted to try Arch Linux, but haven't had time to do it… a tutorial to install it and leave it that way for end users would be greatly appreciated !!

    1.    elav <° Linux said

      It's on its way 😀

      1.    Andres Silva said

        Excellent! we will be waiting for you!

        1.    elav <° Linux said

          I'll try to get it ready tomorrow, if I don't have anything else to do .. 😀

      2.    elbuengeorge said

        I've always wanted to give Arch a try, what might hold me back a bit is the whole package signing thing and all that stuff. But still and with the Elav tutorial, I was encouraged.


  6.   Alfredo_9172 said

    I have been tempted to try arch, but since I use my computer for work, it is exclusively for work, something that I have read by arch users has stopped me:

    Sometimes in an update something stops working, the x, the internet connection etc, and that has stopped me.

    What can you tell me about it?

    1.    elav <° Linux said

      I've been with Arch for two days, but believe me that when I have a problem, everyone will find out because of how nice I'm going to talk on this blog XD However, I'm too new to tell you, you should listen to the opinion of other more veteran readers that we have in Desdelinux. 😀

    2.    Eduar2 said

      It is true when you start inventing sometimes you get errors, but not with updates, unless you have active the testing, community-testing, multi-testing repos (which for a work team obviously is not recommended to have those repos assets).

  7.   karlinux said

    At the moment 0 crashes, I have had many more crashes when it worked with Ubuntu than right now with Arch ... I don't know, I'll tell you if you try it hooks. By the way I also love Debian and I have been using it for a long time, but the good thing about Arch is that it is as if you had the stability of a test, but with the packages of a sid or experimental, really great.

  8.   Eduar2 said

    The good thing about archlinux is: lol it's as good or bad as you can put it down, and usually the problem is between the chair and the keyboard.

  9.   ren said

    I am anxious to have arch in my machine every day it convinces me more 🙂

    1.    elav <° Linux said

      Hahaha this thing is addictive

  10.   truko said

    Very nice 😀

    1.    elav <° Linux said

      Hahaha thanks

  11.   warkito said

    Very good, with that looking for new wants, hahaha.
    I've been using linux for almost four years. At the beginning, with the typical doubt which distro to install? he got his hands on anyone, from Ubuntu to Slackware, through mandriva, opensuse, fedora and debian, then it became a vice to try: arch, chakra, crunchbang and even puppy. Times were learning.

    Now I have been using Debian for a little over a year, the philosophy that I follow now is to specialize in a distro, this gives me the opportunity to efficiently solve the problems (that I rarely have with Debian) that arise, keep my computer working Productively, not wasting time on installations and confiurations every so often (because I use the testing branch) or every distro change, and I get to know and delve into different conceptions of Debian that are very particular, from its package system to its community .

    1.    from said

      I like your philosophy 🙂
      What desk do you use?

      1.    warkito said

        I use Gnome 3-Gnome-shell.
        That's another story, as I actually used to "roam" in different desktop environments as well.
        But since using Debian "out of the box" I have only used Gnome, and now, on transition, I switched to Gnome 3 with gnome-shell. I really tried to take it a bit easy and I didn't resist the change. Gnome 3 with Gnome-shell seems to me like a desktop environment that allows you to be productive, since you have practically everything from the keyboard, without the need for previous configurations.
        For example, I used to use an application launcher and directories in Gnome 2 from the keyboard, now I have it by default just press a key (on the pc, the one with the little window) and I start typing what I want, it even allows me to do searches directly to google. That among other things is what I appreciate about Gnome-shell.
        The desktop theme is ugly and the configuration is a mess, but what difference does it make if what you want is to work and use, not that it looks cool.
        The new Gnome has its advantages and disadvantages but in the end it is what the community has decided for the present-future. If we don't like it, then we do what it does or we use Linux mint, which has made a formidable fork, from what I see, of Gnome2.

    2.    elav <° Linux said

      Very good philosophy. Actually, where I am most comfortable is in Debian, although it is true that Arch is phenomenal.

  12.   kik1n said

    It's just Arch.
    Nothing more or less. To measure.

    Warkito's philosophy is good and can be used in Arch.

    I Love ARCH

    1.    Eduar2 said

      As I've said several times Arch Linux, it's as good or as bad as the genius / asshole who installs / maintains / plays with it.

  13.   moscosov said

    by the way I stopped coming here for a few days and it's all turned upside down, now I just need to be told that Courage is using Ubuntu.

    1.    KZKG ^ Gaara <"Linux said

      HAHAHAHAHA no ... no exaggeration, but elav used Arch and liked it a lot, Courage used Windows (and I swear it's not a joke), and some other little thing HAHAHAHA ....

      You see, here we always have surprises LOL !!!!

      1.    moscosov said

        hahahahaha the surprises is good and I remember that day Courage posted from windows without even wrinkling hahahaha

    2.    elav <° Linux said

      Hahaha no, Windows which is worse hahaha